Krishna Agarwal presents Organvision WP2
Martí Duocastella presents Organvision WP1
The first Organvision in-person meeting was celebrated in Barcelona from the 11th to the 13th of July
The Bio-AI Lab team members organized a paper reading, idea discussion, and team building event on 30th May 2022 at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway. 16 people from 5 different institutions globally presented. The total participants are through physical as well as online channels with total 31 participants.
Within the field of medical image processing, at 3rdPlace we are currently working on RamApp, a web application that aims to provide a user-friendly and open-source solution allowing researchers from various backgrounds to easily and successfully explore hyperspectral data, with a focus on Raman imaging.
The human heart pumps ~70 ml blood per beat which is ~5 l per minute. Cardiomyocytes (heart muscle cells) are the working horse in this system. In the heart cardiomyocytes are organized in a complex 3-dimensional tissue. They are functionally and structurally coupled to variety of other cell types, e.g. endothelial cells, fibroblasts, vascular smooth muscle cells, but also immune cells such as macrophages. Even though they make up most of the heart`s volume only 20% to 30% of the heart`s cells are cardiomyocytes. Cardiac tissue engineering was established to study tissue organization and heart muscle function in a 3D environment in a dish.
Presentation of the OrganVision UNN-scientific team.
Andrea Marchese illustrates the use of acousto-optic deflectors in the development of the microscope of the OrganVision project.
I have just joined the FETOpen RIA funded OrganVision project at UiT. Surrounded by the Norwegian sea, snow-covered hills, and northern lights, UiT enjoys a fantastic location in the heart of Tromsø, Norway. The island of Tromsø is no less than ...
We are proud to announce that Organvision project coordinator Krishna Agarwal, associate professor at UiT The Arctic University of Norway...